Comments: I work with children, adolescents, adults, and elders to find a clarity and purpose in the direction of their lives. Humanist in theory, existentialist in being with others, I often employ cognitive, behavioral, or Gelatalt techniques to aid others in increasing awareness, focusing, choosing, and relating. My work with children integrates Maslowian hierarchical theory with developmental theory. I have worked extensively with depressed, oppositional and delinquent children and adolescents to increase their positive choices, enhance their relationships, create and achieve goals, and emerge more autonomous. This focus has also aided women to increase their direction and sense of self accomplishment. I teach at Nove Southeastern University, have a private clinical practice, and provide training and supervision on a consultative basis.
Comments: Existential Humanistic Registered Psychologist in practice 25 years.
Lorne Pierce, M.A.
Comments: I am very interested in helping others who are unaware of the meaning and purpose in their lives. There are so many people who seem to have lost hope. Finding hope and meaning can provide strength for any problem!